South Korean President Roh Tae-woo on Thursday worked on a package of political reforms to sweeten the pill of his expected pardon of disgraced former strongman Chun Doo Hwan. Ruling party officials said Roh would announce the measures in the next few days at the same time as he appealed to the people to accept a pardon for Chun, who quit Seoul on Wednesday after publicly apologizing for his regime's corruption and human rights abuses. Roh was also said to be working on a shake-up, to be announced in early December, of both the Cabinet and party leadership to remove holdovers from the Chun era.